“The Internet continues to change the face of the conventional media. Take the Toronto television market, where for the last 18 months viewers have been able to catch up on the news by turning to a 24-hour cable television station that looks more like a World Wide Web page than a traditional video screen. The cable station is Cable Pulse 24, or CP24, a subsidiary of Chum Limited, a Canadian broadcasting company. Its news screen has seven different fields of information, including stock prices, weather updates, headline news and a rotating selection of shots of area roads so that people can check local traffic conditions.”